shinbone


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shinbone

(shĭn′bōn′)
n.
See tibia.

shinbone

The TIBIA.
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Reuben Lichter, 26, had the procedure after developing spontaneous onset of tibial osteomyelitis, or an infection of the bone, which resulted in the majority of his tibia or shinbone being destroyed.
Two wedge-shaped pieces of cartilage act as "shock absorbers" between your thighbone and shinbone.
The 35-year-old, who succeeds AP McCoy in his new boss's legendary green-andgold silks, has been out of action since breaking a shinbone since March.
AC Milan captain Riccardo Montolivo was lost for the tournament in Brazil after fracturing the shinbone in his left leg following a challenge from the Republic of Ireland's Alex Pearce during Saturday's goalless draw at Craven Cottage.
DANIELE De Rossi has expressed his regret for Italy team-mate Riccardo Montolivo, who will miss the World Cup after fracturing his shinbone in Saturday night's warm-up match against the Republic of Ireland.
DANIELE DE ROSSI has expressed his regret for Italy team-mate Riccardo Montolivo who will miss the World Cup after fracturing his shinbone in Saturday night's warm-up match against the Republic of Ireland.
primarily for the treatment of tears to the meniscus, the wedge-shaped pieces of cartilage that act as "shock absorbers" between the thighbone and shinbone in the knee joint.
His father summoned an ambulance and at the hospital it was found that the 17 year old suffered from a fracture in the shinbone caused by the bullet.
Cut marks consistent with cannibalism were found on her jaw, face and shinbone.
Following the accident, she was airlifted to a nearby hospital where she was treated for injuries to her knee and shinbone.
The 25-year-old all-rounder's chronic shinbone injury recurred during the second Test in Khulna last week and he was initially ruled out of the first two of the five-match One-day series.